Last time we’ve heard about it, HTC was still uncertain on what smartphones it would update to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. But now the Taiwanese company has made up its mind, announcing a list of handsets that will make the jump to ICS in “early 2012.”
The handsets are: the HTC Sensation (original, XL, XE and 4G), Verizon’s recently announced Rezound, T-Mobile’s Amaze 4G, Sprint’s EVO Design 4G, and the EVO 3D. AT&T also independently confirmed that the Vivid is ICS-ready.
This is just “the first wave” of HTC devices that will be updated to Ice Cream Sandwich, so if your phone isn’t on the list it doesn’t necessarily mean it’s going to be stuck with Gingerbread. I’m pretty sure that HTC will also want to bring ICS to handsets like the Desire HD, Droid Incredible 2, and others.
Via HTC (Facebook)
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